Didier Derny wrote: > I don't understand why you are deploying so much energy for a series > of machine (C16/Plus4) that (for me) has almost never existed. Well, it seems the less common a machine is, the more energy is spent on trying to recover all known information and resources for it. Personally I'm not terribly excited about the C16 and Plus/4 neither, but I've come to accept their existance and will read and participate in the discussion as far as I have something to add. In this case we're blessed with having a former Commodore engineer who spent a lot of work on the series, adding tidbits of facts and memories to the discussion. We could just wish more ex-Commodore people found mailing lists like this one and liked to share their memories and see that people still are trying to use these machines 20-30 years later. > Was it sold in other countries? Obviously it was sold in most PAL countries as well as an NTSC version. Perhaps the country where it made the biggest impact was Hungary where Commodore sold off surplus computers far below the retail price. Nowadays, the going rate on eBay etc isn't particularly high but over time as even more CPU's and TED chips stop working, perhaps the market value for working machines will increase some. Best regards -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-10-30 21:00:33
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